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Activity of implementation of active and interactive methods of work as conditions for a learning and contemporary process
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aInternacionalni Univerzitet u Novom Pazaru
bGjykata Themelore Bujanoc, Bujanovac

e-adresad.randjelovic@uninp.edu.rs, lemanemustafa@gmail.com
Ključne reči: active learning methods; interactive learning methods; the role of the professor
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The faculties are dominated by traditional ways of studying, non-creative methods of knowledge transfer and lack of interactivity during the development of teaching. The most common is the passive teaching method in which the professor lectures in the form of a monologue, while students are treated as learning objects. The theoretical knowledge that students acquire during their studies, no matter how qualitative and multi-layered, is not enough to teach them to perform the profession of lawyer independently after graduation. In addition to knowledge, they must possess many other qualities and skills, such as legal ethics, professional responsibility, professional morality, the ability to write acts, the ability to interview, advise, etc. In this paper, the authors will try to show the importance of introducing active and interactive learning methods in the learning process. Also, they will try to show the importance that professors have as bearers of the educational process, but first of all in the necessity of establishing a different and qualitative relationship with students. Learning students is probably the key role, but not the only one that the professor maestrally must play. His job is to motivate students, to activate them, to motivate them, to observe them, to follow them and to give them direction to their work. He must build a relationship of mutual respect in which learning will take place openly and constructively. The professor's task is to build a bridge between theory and practice by offering a different quality lesson, which will revive exhaustive legal texts and reduce the gap between theory and practice. In addition to the undisputed impact on students' professional development, its impact on his personal development is inevitable. The professor's task is to develop interpersonal skills - the ability to communicate, to listen, to care for people, to empathize, to instill in students the rule of code of ethics. Professors will have the opportunity to fulfill this role if they themselves possess the properties and qualities mentioned. The professor should be an example with his features, behavior and professionalism, not only for his students but also for the whole society.
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jezik rada: albanski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/univmis1918015R
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 10.06.2020.